Dubai, UAE 7th December 2016: The much awaited inauguration of the Dubai Canal last November 9 marked another milestone for the Dubai boating community. It spans three-kilometers starting from Business Bay into the Arabian Gulf through Safa Park and Jumeirah with width ranging from 80-120 meters and around six meters deep.
Gulf Craft invited the media for a special afternoon tour of the new Dubai Canal on board the Nomad 55, explaining how the Dubai Canal will impact the Dubai Tourism sector in the immediate future.
Gulf Craft CEO, Erwin Bamps, speaks to the press during the Dubai Canal Media Cruise
During Gulf Craft’s exclusive sunset cruise, guests enjoyed unobstructed views of Dubai’s glittering skyline from the luxurious Nomad 55. Part of Gulf Craft’s long-range Nomad Yachts series, the Nomad 55 boasts a fly-bridge larger than any other yacht in its category, as well as two electric balconies on the main deck, a beautifully adorned main saloon, an exceptionally large galley, and four spacious guest cabins.
Here are some of the photos taken by Gulf Craft during its Dubai Canal tour for the media: